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July 18, 1975 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 18, 1975 9

Right there in the middle of civilization at 15 Mile and
Orchard Lake Road, there's a wilderness.
It's our beautiful Beckwith-Evans carpet store in the
Orchard Mali.
We know it must be a wilderness, because no one
seems to have discovered us yet.
No one seems to have discovered that we're the same
Beckwith-Evans that people in Detroit have trusted
for excellent quality and low prices for nearly 30 years.
Precioois few intrepid shoppers have sallied forth to
sample our incredible selection of carpets, or to
experience our unusual native custom of satisfying the
customer.
But when they did, they brought back great treasures.
Like the finest Lees carpet in the store, a silky-soft
plush which you can get right now for only $11.95 a
square yard. Even though it should sell for $17.95.
That's why ,if you'.re thinking about new carpet — you
should explore the Great Unknown Carpet Store.
Because it's there.

In the Orchard Mall

Orchard Lake Rd., north of Maple • 851-9100

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